Gallery: Georgia Tech’s Hinman Research Building is a Beautifully Renov...

The historic Hinman Research Building at Georgia Tech was renovated into a LEED Gold studio outfitted with polished steel and glossy wood in 2010, and it now serves as the home of the school's graduate architecture and industrial design program. The adaptive reuse project was designed by Lord Aeck & Sargent’s Historic Preservation Studio and NADAA (formerly Office DA), who transformed the industrial research building into a flexible annex for the College of Architecture. Created using BIM, the historic renovation includes reclaimed materials, efficient design, and ample daylighting to provide optimum working conditions.

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  1. paua October 23, 2014 at 4:08 pm

    i work there, the second floor is very bouncy and the first floor has harsh sunlight that comes in from the side. the computer labs on the sad are in the same mess. that sunlight coming in acts as backlight when you are sitting down in frent of the screen. It looks nice but it could have been more practical. Alot more. kind of static in the innovation department

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